THE HEART WANTS WHAT THE HEART WANTS? FIDDLESTICKS!!

You should see my face right now, REALLY? I have heard it all. Someone wrote, “You can’t choose who you fall in love with.” I want you to know I am getting sicker by the minute. “I Can’t Help Falling in Love,” written by George Weiss, Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore. Helen Rowland said, “Falling in love consists merely in uncorking the imagination and bottling the common-sense.”
Lao Tzu stated, “Love is of all passions the strongest, for it attacks simultaneously the head, the heart and the senses.” Shana Alexander penned, “The mark of a true crush, Is that you fall in love first, And grope for reasons afterward.”

Imagine that, Love is so strong that I can’t help falling in? It’s consist of uncorking imagination and bottling common sense? It attacks my head, heart, and my senses.? I fall in it first and then come up with reasons why?

What does “The Heart wants what the Heart wants,” really mean? In my opinion?

1. Most times, it is a simply is an excuse to cover a mate’s bad behavior. It really says, “Even though I’m being treated in a substandard way, I accept it and possibly enjoy it. I just love him or her so much, that I will overlook the fact that they are mistreating me. It tries to say, “I am an unwilling helpless victim,” when in actuality you drove the getaway car and split the cash.

2. It’s blame-shifting at its best. They speak of the heart as if it has a brain. The heart does not have the ability to act or think opposite of the brain. The WANTER wants what the thinker tells it to want. The heart cannot speak, think, or act on its own. Stop lying on your heart. This is as bad as, “The Devil made me do it.” Your heart made you love them without consulting the eyes, ears, brain, and nose?

3. You can’t choose who you want to fall in love with? If she finds out he is a homosexual rapist and child molester with a disease, I am sure her heart will come up with a million reasons why she can no longer love him.

4. “Falling in love is uncorking my imagination and bottling my common-sense?” I recommend you keep the common-sense close and worn like prescription eyeglasses and sterile rubber gloves.

5. If LOVE attacks the head, heart, and the senses at the same time. I advise you proceed with full body armor, goggles, and a gas mask.

GOD’s Will is what your WANTER ought to want, not Your Way!!

There is nothing sweeter than falling in Love, but falling in love cannot be a blind dive off a deadly mountain cliff, in hopes of your mate catching you. You can check the terrain and climb down at a manageable pace.

You can still have butterflies and fireworks bursting in air. I’m just saying, stomach flu on the Fourth shouldn’t be payoff if it don’t work.

In my humble opinionπŸ˜‰!!

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  1. Pastor Khris Ansah January 31, 2015 — 9:07 am

    Wow…. It’s all I can say. I’m not sure if I believe in “falling in love”… It takes a fool to learn that love don’t love nobody! Ijs… Great read thoughπŸ˜‰

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  2. Stomach flu on the 4th of July.
    Classic! LOL!!
    Good blog!
    Oh and it’s goggles..not googles. πŸ™‚

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  3. The heart does have a mind of its own however God gave us emotions of empathy,sympathy,sadness,happiness and joy.You are definitely correct when u stated we tend to cover our partners bad behavior by just rolling with the tides why because the thought of them being with someone els hurts well mutiple reasons we could give but the bottom line is when we are not treated with respect and not appreciated we tend to de value ourselves when in all honesty you must learn to love yourself no matter what !

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  4. Love is overrated. πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

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  5. Love is overrated πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

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  6. You would not believe that I just made this statement last week! One of the first things to be acknowledged is that the “heart” is the center of the physical, mental, and spiritual life of every human being. This means, just as the heart is the central focus of all functions in the body, likewise also for your mind. The heart is the seat of intelligence and navigates the way people think.
    By nature, we know that the heart is wicked and deceitful according to the word of God. (Jeremiah 17:9). Knowing this, we have the responsibility of being careful of what we ingest because the end result will flow out of the heart. Simply put, if you have high blood pressure, then it behooves you to shed some extra pounds, reduce your salt intake, and CHANGE YOUR DIET! Ah-ha! Changing your diet of what you’ve been used to eating makes all the difference in the world! Now remember, we’re dealing with the physical, mental, and spiritual life of humans. In every area, if you put garbage in, garbage will come out! On the contrary, if you eat more vegetables and consume more water, you can help alleviate the symptoms of high blood pressure. If you counteract negative thoughts with positives, your mental condition will most likely improve. If you feed the spirit man with the word of God, it will redirect your thoughts towards God’s will and not your own.
    All that I’m saying is that I do believe that the heart wants what it wants. However, it’s just like an infant that relies on a mother to know how best to nurture them. Likewise, I believe that it is our responsibility to nurture the heart with a healthy diet so that it craves good things as a opposed to the junk we often feed it. The end result thereof will produce healthier results in health, relationships, and spiritual well being!

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  7. Falling in love with Jesus more everyday gives us the ability to love ourselves better. As we learn to do that better we practice balance in everything. So falling in love God’s way is natural, and most of all healthy mutually. It’s not a rollercoaster ride, it’s a miracle and wonderful gift from God. Please ladies let the man chase you, a man that finds a wife, finds a good thing. Wiser with age

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